Efficient water use is a way of life in Sierra Madre, and it is important to remember that permanent water use restrictions remain in effect regardless of the drought status.  In addition to efficient water use practices, the City has a number of resources available to help residents and businesses manage water consumption.

Need to Report Water Waste?

Do you notice water being wasted, such as irrigation water running down the street, broken or misdirected sprinklers watering pavement or watering in the middle of the day? You can anonymously report waste though the City’s website by Clicking Here

Latest City News

  • Sierra Madre Launches Emergency Siren Notification Program
    24 January 2019
    Sierra Madre Launches Emergency Siren Notification ProgramSierra Madre Launches Emergency Siren Notification Program...
  • What Days Can I Water?
    28 November 2018
    What Days Can I Water?Wondering which days you can water your lawn or garden? Sierra Madre Municipal Code designates which days residents can water based on their street address. Please refer to the following to avoid violations. ...
  • REMINDER: The gate at the entrance to Chantry Flat Road is closed from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
    06 September 2018
    REMINDER: The gate at the entrance to Chantry Flat Road is closed from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.Chantry Flat Road (formally Santa Anita Canyon) accesses one of the most popular hiking and day-use recreation areas on the Angeles National Forest. Motorists that fail to comply with the official posted signs risk becoming locked-in behind the gate...
  • Remaining Water-Wise in Sierra Madre
    14 August 2017
    Remaining Water-Wise in Sierra MadreIs the drought over? • Where does Sierra Madre’s water come from? The status of Sierra Madre’s water supply? • water conservation? Have your questions answered here...
  • Get Connected!
    18 July 2017
    Get Connected!Follow the city and various departments on social media and stay connected! Social Media is a great way to stay in contact with your community and get up to date information regarding road closures, special events, and public service announcements....

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The City of Sierra Madre has joined the Clean Power Alliance to provide residents and business owners a choice for their energy needs. 


Clean Power Alliance is a public entity, formed as a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) made up of 31- member jurisdictions across Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.


Clean Power Alliance purchases clean power and Southern California Edison (SCE) delivers it. Nothing else changes—SCE will continue to deliver power to your home or business, send one bill, and be responsible for resolving any issues with your electricity service.

Customers who wish to stay with SCE for energy supply may opt out

The January 22nd Council meeting will provide an update on the most recent developments.  Please click here to view the Power Point presentation that will be given at Tuesday’s Council meeting or for further information please visit Clean Power Alliance’s website at:   www.cleanpoweralliance.org.

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